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Mathematics

College

Before we solve this problem:

⇒ let's figure out what all the variables in the equation stand for

⇒ that means we substitute 8 into 't' of the equation

*we will round down the number of rabbits since it is impossible to

have 0.2 of a rabbit

There will be 4519 rabbits in 8 years.

⇒ we substitute 15000 into 'R(t)' of the function and solve for 't'

*in this case, you want it to the nearest year, round it up since we

asked for how many years, and if we were to say 11, the

the population of rabbits wouldn't have reached that number yet,

so we will round up to ensure that number has been reached by

that year.

It will take at least 12 years for the rabbit population to reach 15000

Hope that helps!

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Before we solve this problem:⇒ let's figure out what all the variables in the equation stand for

: How many rabbits will there be in 8 years?Question 16⇒ that means we substitute 8 into 't' of the equation

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we will round down the number of rabbits since it is impossible tohave 0.2 of a rabbitThere will be4519 rabbitsin 8 years.Question 17: When will the population be 15000?⇒ we substitute 15000 into 'R(t)' of the function and solve for 't'

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in this case, you want it to the nearest year, round it up since weasked for how many years, and if we were to say 11, thethe population of rabbits wouldn't have reached that number yet,so we will round up to ensure that number has been reached bythat year.It will take at least12 yearsfor the rabbit population to reach 15000Hope that helps!